Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro

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7 expert recommendations


Atlas Obscura

Small on the outside, big on the inside, this church is an astonishing act of visual deception.  Full review →


Condé Nast Traveler

After a visit to the original gourmet food emporium Peck, take a quick peek inside this hidden 15th-century church. The gilded friezes and Gothic frescos are simply spectacular. Full review →



Just a few steps from the Duomo, this architectural gem was first built in 876 and later perfected by Bramante (1444–1514), demonstrating his command of proportion and perspective. Full review →


Frommer's 35

What makes this beautiful church, just south of Piazza del Duomo, so exquisite is what it doesn't have -- space. Full review →


Lonely Planet

Here’s an escape from the Zara/Benneton/H&M maelstrom. Full review →


Michelin Guide 53

The basilica is home to the Saccello di San Satiro, a small shrine of eastern inspiration with a Greek cross and adorned with a 15C Descent from the Cross in polychrome terracotta. Full review →


Time Out

In 1478 Renaissance genius Donato Bramante was called in to remodel the whole church to provide a fitting home for a 13th-century image of the Virgin. Full review →

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